This Article will provide step-by-step Instructions on how to manage Forms & Surveys.

If you haven't already created a form, go to How to Create a Form for instructions.
After your Form is created, here is how you can manage it.

Step 1: In your Dashboard, select the Content module in the dropdown menu.

Step 2: Scroll down to Forms & Surveys and select Manage Forms

Step 3: Hover your curser over the Form you would like to manage.
From here you can Edit, Preview, Duplicate, or View Form.

Step 4: Select Entries.
This will open everyone who has submitted this Form, as well change the fields that are displayed.

Step 5: You can View, add notes, edit, delete, or print each individual entry by clicking on the name.

Step 6: Hover your curser over Settings and select Form Settings. Here you can edit the form name, description, etc

Step 7: Hover your curser over Settings again and select Confirmations
Select Default Confirmation

With the Confirmation Type Text selected, you can edit the text or add media in this Form's confirmation. 

With the Confirmation Type, Page selected, you can send it to another form, or page on your website. 

With the Confirmation Type, Redirect selected, you can add a link where the confirmation will be redirected (example: Event Payment)

Step 8: Hover your curser over Settings again and this time select Notifications
Select Admin Notification

The Admin of your account will automatically get sent an email each time someone fills out your form.
Here you can change the email that receives the email, change the subject, etc. This email will pull all of the information from the Form and put it into email format. 

Scroll to the bottom of the form and select Update Confirmation

That's how to manage forms! 


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